Atletico Madrid failed to secure their La Liga title this weekend after only able to pick up a point from their home game against Malaga.
Needing a win to confirm their title, Atletico were looking really determined on that game as they immediately played an aggressive display since kick off.
Athletic Bilbao comfortably keeping their fourth place in Spanish La Liga standings as they picked up an impressive home victory over Malaga on Monday.
The home side immediately took control of proceedings as they grabbed an early lead through Aritz Aduriz who scored after just four minutes of play.
Spanish La Liga:
Malaga CF vs Real Madrid
Saturday, 15 March 2014
Referee: Juan Martinez
Assistants: Jacobo Martinez, Alberto Salazar
Stadium: La Rosaleda
Cristiano Ronaldo continue to show his importance for Real Madrid as his only goal helped them to a 1-0 away victory over Malaga.
Real Sociedad keeping their chase for that final Champions League spot in Spanish La Liga alive as they grabbed an important home victory over Malaga this past Monday. Knowing that their other two closest rivals for that fourth place spot suffering a defeat on their previous fixtures, Sociedad were in a fine mood in grabbing all three point from that encounter.
Barcelona regained their lead at the top of La Liga this weekend after bagging an important home victory over Malaga at Camp Nou stadium. Being troubled with recent off the pitch issues, which resulted in the resigning of their president, El Barca didn't show any lack of performance that day as they put on an attacking display straight from kick off.
Atletico Madrid temporarily took the reign of La Liga current standings as they grabbed an important away victory over Malaga this past weekend. Eager to keep their title challenge going strong, Atletico acknowledge the importance in snatching maximum result on their travel as Diego Simeone's men put on an attacking display since kick off.
Villarreal's ambition in challenging for top three post at current La Liga standings suffered a halt as they were held into a draw by Malaga this Friday. Playing in front of their home crowd, The Yellow Submarines pushing hard for goals since kick off as they put on attacking display as they created several goal scoring opportunities, before eventually opening the score sheet on 32 minutes through Bruno.
Malagaga's poor start to the current La Liga season continue earlier this weekend as they suffered a disappointing away defeat against Granada. Eager to push their mid-table position into a much better seat, the visitor found difficulties in breaking down their opponent's defense since the first 45 minutes, which ended in goalless draw.
Malaga CF 0-5 Celta de Vigo highlights: Malaga's disappointing start in this current La Liga season continue as they suffered a disappointing home defeat over fellow struggling side, Celta Vigo this Saturday.
Real Madrid 2-0 Malaga CF highlights: Real Madrid getting themselves inching closer again to the top two seats in current Spanish La Liga standings after successfully defeating Malaga this past weekend.